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Texas Currency: TX13A - 1838 - $46.93 - Rep. of Texas, Houston Hamilton Bee - $275

Confederate Generals Autographs: Green, Thomas (Texas). Nice war date signature, dark and clean. Matted with a black & white glossy. I have had several signatures over the years but all have been pre-war as clerk of the Texas court. There are sadly no post-war signatures as he was KIA 1864 at Blair's Landing, Louisiana. I can offer this wardate signature.....$250

Confederate Generals Autographs: Steuart, George Hume (Maryland) Signature as Brigadier General matted with a b/w glossy portrait.....$275

Treasury Officials Autographs: Levi Woodbury (New Hampshire) He served as U.S. Secretary of the Treasury from 1834 - 1841 in both the administrations of Andrew Jackson and Martin Van Buren. Woodbury's political career included the office of U.S. Senator, Governor of New Hampshire, Secretary of the Navy, and Associate Justice of the Supreme Court from 1845 until his death in 1851. Offered here is the signed portion of a Treasury Department document dated 1838 with the Treasury Department paper seal attached.....$225

Obsolete Maryland Currency: OBSMD9A - 1851 - 25 cents - Baltimore & Ohio R. R. - $195

Obsolete Maryland Currency: OBSMD14A - 185_ - $5 - Cumberland - $60

Obsolete New Jersey Currency: OBSNJ11 - 18__ - $3 - New Brunswick - $85

Obsolete Louisiana Currency: OBSLA61A - 1862 - $3 - Clinton - $295

Obsolete Indiana Currency: OBSIN15 - 1819 - $5 - Vincennes - $85

Obsolete South Carolina Currency: OBSSC25A - 1859 - $5.00 - Planters & Mechanics - $395

Confederate Generals Autographs: Tilghman, Lloyd (Maryland/Kentucky) Commissioned Brigadier General on October 18th, 1861. His service to the Confederacy was primarily in Tennessee and Mississippi. He was KIlled in Action during the Battle of Champion's Hill in Mississippi. Signature with rank clipped from a Confederate document. Matted with a copy of a cdv photograph housed in an antique album page.....$595

Missouri Currency: MO2 - 186_ - $1 - State of Missouri (Jefferson City) - $125

Missouri Currency: MO6A - 186_ - $4.50 - State of Missouri (Jefferson City) - $250

Missouri Currency: MO11 - 1862 - $10 - (Grey paper) State of Missouri (Jefferson City) - $125

Confederate CDV's M thru Z: LT) Lloyd Tilghman (Maryland/Kentucky) Commissioned Brigadier General on October 18th, 1861. His service to the Confederacy was primarily in Tennessee and Mississippi. He was KIlled in Action during the Battle of Champion's Hill in Mississippi. Very nice real photo cdv published by Anthony during the War.....$350

Confederate Generals Autographs: Lee, Stephen D. Lee (South Carolina) Full signature matted with a copy CDV photograph housed in an antique album page.....$175

Confederate Generals Autographs: Vance, Robert, Signature matted with a black & white glossy photograph.....$125

Confederate Treasury Notes: T38 - 1861 - $2.00 - South Striking Union - $2,450

Union Generals Autographs: Hartsuff, William (Michigan), Clip.....$89

Confederate Treasury Notes (Counterfeit Examples): CT-13 - 1861 - $100.00 - Negroes Loading Cotton - $125

Confederate Treasury Notes (Counterfeit Examples): CT-10 - 1861 - $10.00 - Liberty & Shield, 1st National CSA flag - $150

Federal Currency: FR-16 - 1862 - $1.00 - Salmon P. Chase - $495

Confederate Generals Autographs: Finley, Jesse Johnson (Tennessee/Florida) A scarce Florida general.....J J Finley. This is a clean and dark signature with rank and notation "Fla. Brigade" matted with a black and white glossy. Seldom seen.....$495

Confederate Generals Autographs: Wright, Marcus J (Tennessee). Boldly penned signature with rank. There is a light ink bleed resulting in the "ghosting" effect. Matted with a glossy photograph.....$175

Confederate Generals Autographs: Young, Pierce Manning Butler (Georgia) Nice and clean large dark signature with rank matted with a glossy photograph.....$225

Confederate Treasury Notes (Counterfeit Examples): CT-46 - 1862 - $10.00 - Ceres on Cotton Bale - $250

Confederate Generals Autographs: Lee, Stephen Dill (South Carolina) S. D. Lee was the youngest lieutenant general of the Confederacy. Wartime An Endorsement Signed with rank matted with an original photograph by Mathew Brady sold by the firm of Selby & McCauley of Baltimore. Housed in an original cdv album page.....$625

Confederate Generals Autographs: Jones, Samuel (Virginia). Beautifully written wardate ALS with rank. Datelined Chattanooga Sept. 2, 1862.....$950

Confederate Generals Autographs: Trimble, Isaac R., (Virginia/Maryland) Major General who participated in Pickett's charge at Gettysburg where he lost a leg and was captured. Endorsement Signed with rank.....$275

Confederate Covers & Stamps: CSA12A) Perforated 10 Cents Blue (Scott #12 Perforated).....$225

Obsolete New York Currency: OBSNY4A - 1863 - $2.00 - Canton - $65

Obsolete New York Currency: OBSNY29 - 18__ - $10.00 - West Winfield - $65

Obsolete Rhode Island Currency: OBSRI10 - 18__ - $3 - Providence - $60

Obsolete Vermont Currency: OBSVT7 - 1813 - $3.00 - Salisbury - $45

Obsolete Vermont Currency: OBSVT8 - 1856 - $1.00 - South Royalton - $40

Obsolete Vermont Currency: OBSVT12 - 1863 - 5 cents - Woodstock - $50

Obsolete Pennsylvania Currency: OBSPA19B - 18__ - $5 - Reading - $50

Obsolete Pennsylvania Currency: OBSPA19A - 1861 - $1 - Pottsville - $50

Obsolete Pennsylvania Currency: OBSPA11 - 18__ - $5 - Montrose - $50

Obsolete Pennsylvania Currency: OBSPA1B - 1841 - $1 - Bristol - $35

Obsolete Pennsylvania Currency: OBSPA9 - 1852 - $5 - Lancaster - $50

Obsolete Alabama Currency: OBSAL11A - 1857 - $20 - Montgomery - $115

Obsolete North Carolina Currency: OBSNC15- 1860- $10- Lexington- $85

Confederate Treasury Notes (Counterfeit Example): CT-41 - 1862 - $100.00 - Negroes Hoeing Cotton - $775

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